Sacred Heart (women) and St. Xavier (men) both swam away with Kentucky State High School team titles over the weekend.
Louisville’s St. Xavier and Sacred Heart are looking to continue their respective men’s and women’s Kentucky High School state title winning streaks, but strong contenders from elsewhere in the Bluegrass state will dig into their team depth to put up a good fight over the course of the meet. Asia Seidt from Sacred Heart is the top seed in the women’s 200 IM and 100 backstroke events.
Katie Drabot, Sean Grieshop, Lauren Case, and Dean Farris each took home the high point trophies at this weekend’s Winter Junior meets.
Dynamo’s Michael Taylor has a shot to erase a current Team USA standout’s name from the 15-16 National Age Group record books in Atlanta.
In addition to some of the top prospects in the recruits’ respective states, the women have signed three athletes that rank among CollegeSwimming.com’s top-40 recruits in Asia Seidt, Ali Galyer and Madison Winstead.
Morgan Lakes will stay in state and join the University of Kentucky Wildcats next fall.
Elizabeth Merriman of the Dexter Community Aquatics Club, commits to the University of Kentucky.
Check out the college commitments we wrote about during the week of September 28-October 4, 2015.
Asia Seidt from the Lakeside Swim Team has verbally committed to the Kentucky Wildcats.
After winning two individual events in record breaking time last night, Asia Seidt followed up performances with a few more…
The 17 year-old won her two individual events with record breaking swims in both events.
Leah Stevens (pictured above), who has committed to swim for Stanford next year, is one of the big names set to compete this weekend. She’s entered in the 200 and 500 free individually.
Special to SwimSwam. Lakeside Swim Club’s rewrite of the Kentucky state 15-18 girls record book continued Thursday and Friday at…
Bolles’ Joseph Schooling won three more events and swam a lifetime best in the 100 yard backstroke on Saturday at the 2014 Southern Premier Meet.